Jonathan Passmore is a globally recognized coaching psychologist, executive coach, and supervisor, ranked among the top 10 professional coaches worldwide.
He has helped numerous leaders in finance, technology, sports, and government to reflect, gain fresh perspectives, and acquire new insights.
Jonathan has held leadership roles in global consulting firms PWC, IBM Business Consulting, OPM and was Senior Vice President at CoachHub. He has also been managing director for a UK psychology firm and was Chair of the British Psychological Society Division of Coaching Psychology in 2021-22.
He has published widely over the past three decades on leadership, change and coaching. His work includes 40 books, and over 200 scientific articles and book chapters, making him one of the most published coaching researchers in the world.
He now divides his time between his private coaching practice, Henley Business School, UK and the University of Evora, Portugal.
Jonathan continues to offer executive coaching to C-suite executives, senior managers and non-profit leaders in a variety of organisations, as well as working with senior teams helping them think about performance. If you are looking for coaching for yourself or for a senior leader in your organisation, connect with Jonathan for a preliminary discussion.
Jonathan has written, co-authored, and edited over 40 books on the subjects of coaching, leadership and business psychology and has written over 20 industry reports for professional bodies and training institutions including ICF, EMCC and ILM.
He has also contributed to multiple books on leadership, coaching, psychology and organisational change.
You can browse through the collection of books and reports to learn more.
Jonathan provides a small number of supervisee appointments for internal coach communities and individual coaches, supporting them on their development journey. He uses a self-reflective model, while drawing on his experience of nearly 30 years as a coaching psychologist and consultant.
You can contact Jonathan to arrange supervision.
For enquires about speaking, coaching, supervision or any of Jonathan's writing, just get in touch.